Undergraduate Student Awards

How to Self-nominate

A.D. Moore Award
$2,500 stipend
Presented to an outstanding sophomore or junior (based on year class level, not credit hours completed) who has demonstrated academic excellence, leadership qualities and outstanding contributions to co-curricular activities. 

Arlen R. Hellwarth Award
$500 stipend
Presented to two undergraduate student leaders who have made valuable contributions to the College, University and/or community. 

Arthur B. Singleton Prize 
$3,500 stipend
Presented to an outstanding first-year student who has demonstrated academic excellence. This award does not allow self-nominations.

Charles Barth Jr. Prize
$7,500 stipend
Presented to an outstanding sophomore who has demonstrated academic excellence, leadership qualities and outstanding contributions to the University and/or community. 

Distinguished Achievement Undergraduate Award
$500 stipend
Presented to the outstanding undergraduate in each degree program. Criteria considered by the department awards committee include academic achievement, exemplary character, leadership in class and activities, and potential for success in future endeavors. 

Harry B. Benford Award for Entrepreneurial Leadership
$5,000 stipend
Awarded to an undergraduate or graduate student who has exhibited entrepreneurial flair and leadership ability, and who has capitalized effectively on the technological and engineering resources available in the College of Engineering. Nominees may be budding inventors or small business owners, leaders of team projects, community volunteers, or student organization leaders. 

Henry Ford II Prize
$10,000 stipend
Presented to an outstanding junior who has demonstrated academic excellence. 

Hugh G. Rumler Prize
$10,000 stipend
Presented to an outstanding senior on the basis of sincerity, integrity and goodwill; scholarship is desirable but of secondary consideration. 

Marian Sarah Parker Prize- Undergraduate
$1,000 stipend
Presented to an outstanding woman undergraduate who has demonstrated academic excellence, leadership qualities and outstanding contributions to the University and/or community.

Mildred and Steele Bailey Prize
$1,000 stipend
Presented to an outstanding senior who has demonstrated academic excellence, leadership qualities and outstanding contributions to the University and/or community.